City Eyes Regulations for Locations of Cannabis Facilities | Cannabis Culture


The city is considering changes to where cannabis production and processing facilities can be located.

At a meeting on Tuesday, councillors referred back to city staff a recommendation for zoning bylaw changes that would prohibit cannabis production and processing on lands within the annexed area of the city, and within older industrial areas that are surrounded by residential neighbourhoods.

Coun. Cheryl Antoski also received support for an amendment that would require a 400-metre separation between cannabis facilities and residentially zoned lands.

Antoski said odour from these facilities can be problem for neighbours.

– Read the entire article at The Brantford Expositor.